Iterate multiple collections from an unique bundle

Hi, I receive scraped data from the PhantomHunter module. This text data is extracted using a PARSE JSON module.
I get a single bundle output, which contains multiple collections. Each collection pertains to a company and its contact information.
I want to iterate over each of the collections so that I can add them to a Google Sheets.

I can’t seem to figure out how to do it because in the ITERATOR module, I can’t select the array that contains all the collections… How can I do this, please?

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Hi @Felix_Guerini ,

You shouldn’t need an iterator at all. Just connect your Google Sheets module straight to the Parse JSON module.

If a module returns more than one bundle, then Make will automatically process each bundle in turn.

Let us know how it goes.


I found a solution : I simply wrapped the JSON with {“value”: ______ } to insert an array containing all the collections of the bundle. This array allows me to use an ITERATOR.


Heya @Felix_Guerini welcome to the community :wave:

I just wanna quickly step in and say congrats on solving this one :muscle:

Also, thanks a lot for remembering to share your insights with us and marking them as a solution. This helps keep our community organized and makes it easy for those who might be searching for similar information in the future. :pray: